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The grand opening of Holly Pointe Commons welcomed more than 1,400 students to the new, $145 million residence hall on Rowan University's campus in Glassboro, New Jersey.

Designed and constructed with accessibility and sustainability goals, the facility meets the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and is targeting LEED® Silver certification through the U.S. Green Building Council.

We are proud to offer our competitively priced, pre-engineered products on an accelerated delivery schedule to meet the needs of fast-paced projects, such as Holly Pointe Commons - shared Wausau's architectural sales representative, Jason Green.

Traditionally, a project of similar size and complexity could take more than three years. The team credits the collaborative effort process and Wausau's comprehensive product offering in the project's speedy success.

The project includes a four-story and a seven-story building interconnected by a study bridge. Its façade is constructed of metal panels and Wausau 2250i INvent™ Series windows. Supporting the project's performance criteria and condensed construction schedule, Wausau Window and Wall Systems provided nearly 1,500 window units to glazing contractor Newman Glass Works.

Wausau's project-out windows comply with the university's ADA requirements where specified. This means the windows are laboratory-proven capable of operating with one hand, using a force of 5 pounds or less, to unlock, open, close and lock, without tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist.



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